Due to Covid-19 circumstances, this year's annual Granaghan Outreach trip to Africa has been cancelled.
Formed by Fr O'Doherty and Granaghan Parish council in 2006. The charity helped and is continuing to help underprivileged children and their surrounding community to help build a more sustainable life.
We would like to wish all of our our families, friends, local parishioners and supporters a very happy New Year.
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Both Granaghan Outreach teams have returned home safely, take a look for yourself at what Team 2 got up to. This amazing video was taken by one of out volunteers Loren Ward.
Any donations towards the project are greatly appreciated and can be made via our BT My Donate page or keep an eye on our Facebook page for our upcoming fundraisers!
"I travelled to Kenya with Granaghan Outreach in 2016 for the first time. I knew it was going to be tough work and very physical but I expect to take so many emotions from my trip to Kenya. It is extremely rewarding and I met some of the best people and made life time friends. It has been by far the best trip of my life and I cant wait to Granaghan Outreach's trip in 2017 that I have volunteered to go on."
Victoria Lagan, Age 19
"The most compelling reason I volunteered with Granaghan Outreach in 2009 (my first trip) was to try and help others less fortunate than myself 'make a difference' as they say! The irony is I left with the feeling that i gained much more benefit from those I considered less fortunate than they gained from me, hence the reason I have wanted to return time and time again to a place where there is no time for despair, self-pity or pride."
Nicola Mc Glinchey
"I had a lifetime experience with Granaghan Outreach. It was so well run by a team of people who give up their time to make sure that everything went smoothly. And if there is anyone else who is thinking about it, go, you will not regret it!"